Yoruk Park, Kemer

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  • Remember, Ostap Bender took a coin for the inspection of the failure with the inhabitants of Pyatigorsk? Here is the same story. Cordoned off the peninsula. Put the cashier. Did three terrible tents with mannequins, which symbolize the nomadic Turks of unknown time. The dummies have added old carpets, peasant stuff and zapolirovali "a la ethnographic realities". Yes, and the highlight, the "yurt" installed illiterate historical references, which are for the poor. Nomadic Turks on Russian was translated as "joruki":) Although the mannequins-clean "Pitomnik Megapolis dogs". I keep trying to understand what had in mind. Turks. No, it's just not translated the word "nomad". And of course, the fact that the Turks as the nation emerged from 13 till 15 centuries of the hashes of the Turks, Greeks, Circassians etc. And that is a most interesting question in history and ethnography, you won't know about it. However, you are here about anything really don't recognize. Bender and Turkish Cranberry: bear, balalaika and bushes:) If you do not mind the dollar, good walk, take pictures of beautiful views. And you can go further down the coast, there's a huge tourist walking route to the caves. But it is still 2.5 km. So you can and here take a walk. Only to folklore and ethnography is a little relevance. And here's the roosters are good!
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  • + Views + rolling walking trail + Nomad life of goods and c-Prices expensive-entry fee (?)
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  • You can find traces of the public yoruk yasayislarina a museums. Kemer moonlight park ahead of the left side of the. Staff are very helpful. There must have been some expensive cafes restaurants there. Can a cay ice tea against the landscape of super. Very nice pictures are a perfect place where you can cekile.
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  • English: Yörük Parkı aka Nomad Park is a must see in my opinion. It has a great atmosphere, great panoramic view and a nice menu that complements the nature inside the park. At the entrance, you pay a fee of 2 liras. At first, it seemed dumb that we have to pay for entrance but considerig that if you're going to eat there they will reduce the price of food. Consider the entrance is free if you're going to eat something. I will talk upon the food topic later. The museum/park here is beautiful. Upon entering the park, it greets you with many Yörük tents, accurately decorated and lightened with tools used by Yörüks sprinkled all around the park. Moving along, you see dining places that is humbly but beautifully decorated. There are also some traditional kitchen tools. Going past the food area, there is a wooden fence and a gate. Open the gate and go past it and you'll meet with bunnies, goats and chickens roaming freely. Also, there is a beautiful scenery to be seen. If you go there at golden hours of photography, I assure you that you'll get great portraits with amazing background. Be careful when looking at the scenery, since the fences are wooden I wouldn't suggest going too near the narrow cliff. When it comes to food, Yörük Park is a surprise. It's prices are pretty good, especially compared to artificial expensiveness in the Marine area. Gözleme with cheese I have eaten is one of the best I had in my life, I highly suggest it. You should also try the traditional dish mantı here, it's beautiful. Beverages, drinks and other food are also great with reasonable prices. Staff is cheerful and service times are amazing even when you place your order at a rush hour. Overall, aka for those who dont like reading: 10/10, I highly suggest visiting this beautiful park placed on a cliff. Amazing scenery, amazing food, interesting cultural activities. Worth the time. Türkçe incelemeyi yakında yazacağım.
  • Very nice place with authentic atmosphere
  • A small ethnographic open-air museum, which is located on a small bay surrounded by hills. Exposure is not too great, but gives insight into the local people live. For a small entrance fee. Territory the small Tearoom, which finished a good tea. From the top of the panorama of the coast and hotels.
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  • A nice little park on the cliff. It is nice to stroll through the cobbled paths, in the shade of pine trees, especially if a few people, that is not often. The exhibition in several scenes from the life of tents-first settlers with mannequins (such as from Madame Tussaud's). Cute, but not particularly impressive. There are several pets in cages (kozliki, rabbits) and the villager (chickens). Ozirat much nicer surroundings with height: Sandy Bay, sea, port, kemerskoe coast and Antalya is visible on the horizon. There is a café on a couple of tables, wet throat. Advise in the evening stroll around the rocks at the bottom of the Park by other than the concrete Boardwalk and gawk as fish:) By the way pay for entrance in Lira more profitable!
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  • Both the sea and nature as well as cafe and Restaurant
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